Development researchers as advocates: eight tips for more engaged scholarship

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Can and should research 'bridge and gap' between research and society? Adinda Ceelen shares some key insights.

Research impact has become a strategic priority for many research institutes around the world, with an increasing focus on 'bridging the gap' between research and society, and positioning research in a way that ensures the knowledge it produces can contribute to bringing about change.

But do and should researchers make sure that their research contributes to these objectives? And how can they go about it?

This blog post shares some key insights from a roundtable forming part of the recent EADI ISS #Solidarity2021 conference.

Read the full blog post - 'Development researchers as advocates: eight tips for more engaged scholarship'

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